We will post homework assignments on this page as they are assigned. We will also post sample solutions to the homework assignments; solutions to the daily homework will be posted a few hours after they are due, and solutions to the weekly homework will be posted once everyone has turned it in (see below for late policy).
All homework is collected at the beginning of the class period. When turning in an assignment, include your name, write your solutions clearly and completely, staple together multiplepage assignments, and visibly mark the different problems. Remember that complete problem solutions incorporate both the final answer as well as all the steps that lead to it. We reserve the right to reject any papers that are illegible.
Late homework: The daily homework assignments will not be accepted late. The weekly homework assignments will be accepted late for full credit if you have extenuating circumstances (such as sickness or family emergency), provided you tell your instructor before the deadline. Without extenuating circumstances, the weekly homework receives half credit if it is turned in before the next class period, and is not accepted otherwise.




1/4 Mon   
1/6 Wed 
Daily homework #1 (solutions). Questionnaire.  
1/8 Fri 
Daily homework #2 (solutions): 3.1 #29, 34; 3.3 #10, 20, 27. Weekly homework #1 (solutions).  
1/11 Mon  Daily homework #3 (solutions): 3.1 #68; 3.2 #6, 25, 32; 3.3 #25.  
1/13 Wed 
Daily homework #4 (solutions): 3.1 #8, 45, 50; 3.3 #11, 12.  Quiz #1 (solutions): 
1/15 Fri 
Daily homework #5 (solutions): 3.1 #51, 53; 3.4 #10, 12, 22. Weekly homework #2 (solutions).  
1/18 Mon  (MLK Day) No homework due on Monday or Tuesday.  
1/20 Wed 
Daily homework #6 (solutions): 3.1 #12; 3.4 #25, 33, 36; 3.5 #9, 14.  Quiz #2 (solutions) 
1/22 Fri 
Daily homework #7 (solutions): 3.7 #7, 11, 13, 19. Weekly homework #3 (solutions).  
1/25 Mon 
Finish the assignment given in class. (Challenging optimization  Moore ). Do 3.7.15 (solution).  
1/27 Wed 
Daily homework #9 (solutions): 3.3 #13(b); 3.7 #23; 2.8 #4, 5, 9.  
1/28 Thu 
MIDTERM #1 7–9pm, Moore B03.  
1/29 Fri 
Weekly homework #4 (solutions): • 2.8 #15, 16; • p. 276 "True–False Quiz": #1, 2, 5, 8, 11, 12; • p. 276 "Exercises": #5.  
2/1 Mon 
Daily homework #10 (solutions): 3.9 #14, 20, 33, 47; 4.2 #33, 37, 39.  
2/3 Wed 
Daily homework #11 (solutions): 4.1 #2, 4, 19; 4.2 #34.  Quiz #3 (solutions) 
2/5 Fri 
Daily homework #12 (solutions): 4.2 #27; 4.3 #3, 8, 10, 22, 26, 28. Weekly homework #5 (solutions): 3.9 #34, 35; 4.1 #13; 4.2 #2, 36, 40, 50.  
2/8 Mon 
Daily homework #13 (solutions): 4.2 #1, 47, 55; 4.3 #31, 34, 38; 5.5 #1, 2, 15.  
2/10 Wed 
Daily homework #14 (solutions): 4.2 #48; 4.3 #32; 4.4 #14, 24, 26, 35.  Quiz #4 (solutions) 
2/12 Fri 
Daily homework #15 (solutions): 4.2 #57; 4.5 #2, 3, 7, 14, 21. Weekly homework #6 (solutions): 4.3 #16, 54; 5.5 #10; 4.4 #42, 49, 52, 56.  
2/15 Mon 
Daily homework #16 (solutions): 4.2 #17, 20; 4.5 #18, 22, 28, 36, 48.  
2/17 Wed 
Daily homework #17 (solutions): 11.2 #19, 20, 22, 24, 51.  
2/18 Thu 
MIDTERM #2 (Review Sheet): 7–9pm, Moore B03.  
2/19 Fri 
Weekly homework #7 (solutions): • 4.2 #60, 71; 4.3 #40, 61; 4.5 #55; • p. 337 "Review": #5; • p. 338 "True–False Quiz": #1, 3, 4, 14.  
2/22 Mon 
Daily homework #18 (solutions): 9.2 #3–6; 9.3 1, 2, 11, 12, 19.  
2/24 Wed 
Daily homework #19 (solutions): 9.3 #45; 6.5 #3, 9, 15.  Quiz #5 (solutions): 
2/26 Fri 
Daily homework #20 (solutions): 5.1 #1, 3, 13, 14, 26, 47. Weekly homework #8 (solutions): 9.1 #9, 13; 9.3 #46; 9.4 #4, 6.5 #10.  
2/29 Mon 
Daily homework #21 (solutions): 5.1 #17; 5.2 #2, 3, 5, 8, 49*. *Set r = 4 and h = 3.  
3/2 Wed 
Daily homework #22 (solutions): 5.1 #20; 5.3 #1, 4, 5, 11, 15.  Quiz #6 (solutions): 
3/4 Fri  Daily homework #23 (solutions): 5.3 #40; 5.2 #57–59.  
3/7 Mon 
Daily homework #24 (solutions): 5.2 #11; 5.3 #18; 8.1 #7, 8, 17*, 41. *Do not evaluate the integral. Weekly homework #9 (solutions).  
3/9 Wed 
Optional practice problems (covering the last three weeks): • p. 377 "Concept Check": #2; • p. 378 "Exercises": #1, 4, 7, 9, 15, 24; • p. 483 "Exercises": #89, 90; • p. 654 "Exercises": #9, 12.  
3/11 Fri 
Final (Review) 3–6pm, Kemeny 007 
These homework problems will be assigned after almost every lecture (on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays  not after xhours) and they are due at the beginning of the next lecture period. For example, daily homework that is assigned on Monday is due at the beginning of class on Wednesday.
The purpose of these problems is to encourage you to practice applying the concepts that have been presented in lecture. Accordingly, each problem set will contain approximately 8 problems and they should encompass a variety of types of questions. However, it is unlikely that these problems will be enough to master the material. We strongly encourage you to find similar problems in the book (such as the oddnumbered problems at the end of each section) to help solidify your understanding.
The daily assignments also provide an opportunity to receive
feedback from your instructor regarding the clarity of your solutions
and apparent understanding of the material. There will be 24 total daily
assignments and we will drop the three lowest
scores at the end of the term. Daily homework assigments will be graded out of 5 points. We will grade two problems: one will be our favorite problem of the set and the other will be chosen by the roll of a die. A correct answer will be given two points, a partially correct answer will be given one point, less than that will be given zero. We will give one point for turning in a homework assginment that has been attempted, regardless of correctness.
Each daily assignment should take one to
two hours to complete; please inform your instructor if you are finding that
it takes you longer than this.